Take profits on Banca Mps, after the strong rise in the previous session. Brunello Cucinelli wears red after an all-time high
The main indices of the Italiana Stock Exchange and the main European financial centres Confirmed in the negative areaWith Partial discounts. Alberto Tocchio – Head of European Equities and Thematics at Kairos Partners SGR – reports that based on closing values as of January 9, 2023, markets in Europe are showing an average advance of 6%, with Eurostoxx outperforming the S&P500 since last September by more than 10%. . However, according to Alberto Tocillo, the logic behind the markets remains the same as it was a few weeks ago: We are emerging from a period of stable growth and low interest rates to move into a period characterized by volatile, polarized markets and decadent globalization. “It takes time to change the system and We certainly can’t take these first few days as a valid signal for the whole year to comeThe expert warned.
At 15.30 FTSEMib It fell by 0.27% to 25,317 points, after it fluctuated between the lowest level of 25,244 points and the highest of 25,380 points. At the same time FTSE Italia All Share It was down 0.31%. Also in red Medium hat from FTSE Italia (-0.69%) and l Star of FTSE Italy (-0.63%).
the Bitcoins It’s still above $17,000 (about 16,000 euros).
the BTP-Bund spread It narrowed below 195 points, with the 10-year BTP yield confirmed to be just over 4.2%.
L’euro It returned to $1,075.
Mixed performance of i Banking stocks.
benefits taken Monte dei Paschi di Siena (-3.29% for €2.145)After the sharp rise achieved in the previous session.
lowest it is in (-1.16% for €5,534). The electric giant has issued a new €1.75 billion perpetual hybrid bond. The issue received more than 8 times oversubscribed orders, with total orders in an amount equal to about 15 billion euros. At the same time, Enel has launched voluntary cash offers to buy back all or part of its €750m perpetual hybrid bond loan, with a first call due date of August 2023, as well as part of its €1.25 billion payable hybrid bond loan. euro. dollar.
Brunello Cucinelli takes the downward trajectory (-2.52% to €69.7, after recording an all-time high of €74). The company announced preliminary results for the 2022 financial year, which closed with net revenues of 919.48 million euros, an increase of 29.1% compared to 712.18 million obtained in the previous year. Furthermore, based on the ordering of the Spring-Summer 2023 collections and the launch of the Autumn-Winter 2023 collections, Brunello Cucinelli expects revenue growth of around 12% for 2023, to reach €1 billion.